When the NSA Spots a Crack in Commercial Software – Should It Tell?

by Natalie Vanatta

One of the only tasks the U.S. Constitution declares that the federal government must do is to provide for the common defense. That is the government’s foundational truth and purpose; to protect...

WannaCry, NotPetya: Worm Me Once, Shame on You; Worm Me Twice…

by Jason Healey

The newest ransomware attack called NotPetya has re-ignited the debate ongoing since the earlier WannaCry attack. Cybersecurity experts, policymakers, and citizens affected have all asked: who...

There’s More to Life than Zero-Days

by Adam Vincent

A zero-day, meaning a tool used to exploit a newly discovered computer vulnerability, alone does not make an attack. It is but one element of many in an attack, chain and there’s much more we...